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23/09/2017  7:45 pm Start
29/09/2017  7:45 pm Start
09/10/2017  7:45 pm Start
23/11/2017  7:45 pm Start
14/12/2017  7:45 pm Start


Hong Kong Arts Centre (HKAC) is dedicated to cultivate the audience and development of Hong Kong independent cinema. ‘Independently Yours’ (a regular film program showcasing the outstanding local indie production established in 1997 summer), 20 years after its first initiation presented by HKAC, comes back as a recurrent screening programme in the HKAC Cinema. Co-presented with Ying E Chi, we brings to you the four titles of good local recent productions from September to December this year.

Stay tuned for more exciting news from ‘Independently Yours’ in 2018!

Out of Frame
Date & Time: 9/10/2017 7:45pm
Hong Kong|2015|97 min|Colour|HD
In Putonghua with Chinese & English subtitles
Director: Kwok Wai Lun
(The film is classified as Category III, only audience with age 18 or above is allowed.)


Tang and Gold were violently forced to relocate from their newly built artist studios to the East Village where their old buddy Yuan has also established his studio and is gradually beginning to pick up fame. Viewers meet Tang at the demolition site of the artist studios and are led to the opening of Yuan's solo exhibition. In the meantime, documentary film maker Marry is following Tang’s relocation and is making a doc-film on the dilemmas of the community of artists. As exhibitions featuring Tang are banned again and again, the relationship between the artists also become increasingly sensitive, until a big secret is uncovered through Marry’s lenses…

Lost in the fumes
Date & Time: 23/11/2017 7:45pm
Hong Kong|2017|Colour|HD
Director: Nora Lam

Pseudo Secular
Date & Time: 14/12/2017 7:45pm
Hong Kong|2016|176 min|Colour|HD
In Cantonese with Chinese & English subtitles
Director: Rita Hui

In response to ‘Occupy Wall Street’ in 2011, ‘Occupy Central’ occurred in Hong Kong. Tai Cho, a university student joins the movement with his girlfriend Yi, and occupies the public area at HSBC for nearly a year. Yi is jailed for attacking the police, and Tai Cho falls in love with Yi's mother, Wan. Maxim, heir to a soy sauce fortune, takes part in the movement and experiences political awakening, leading him to return to his roots. His ex Man is a reporter obsessed with recording local history destined to disappear. Li Lei, a young woman from China, lives an unremarkable life with her boyfriend Yin in a tiny apartment until her life is changed by a mysterious internet celeb Ha Mai. They are stuck in their directionless lives until the outbreak of the 'Umbrella Movement' in 2014. Pseudo Secular was made with crown funding. Combining documentary and dramatic styles, the film depicts the fate of Hong Kong people in turbulent times.


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TICKETING INFO :

Ticket price: $ 75 / 60* 

*Tickets for full-time students, senior citizens, aged 60 or above, and people with disabilities.
 

Group Booking Discount: 20% off for purchase of 4 or above standard tickets.

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Co-presented by the Hong Kong Arts Centre and YingEChi

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看見你便想念你

Date & Time: 23 & 29/9/2017 7:45pm
Director: Simon Chung
Hong Kong | 2017 | 90 mins | HD | In Cantonese

 

 

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